This is a well-built home with meticulous attention to detail. Its' close proximity to the Caribbean (approximately a 5-minute walk) is protected from hurricanes and storm flooding by the "green area". All windows are louvered and screened, allowing comfortable breezes year-round. Hurricane shutters have also been installed. All corners of the home have been rounded to break any possible forceful winds.
Both bedrooms have mini-split air conditioners and ceiling fans are prevalent throughout.
The 25' dugout canoe in the front yard is a welcoming introduction to this Mexican/Contemporary home. The wood front door is further enhanced by a nearby table crafted from a slice of an enormous local hardwood tree.
With the exception of a few sentimental pieces, all furniture, pictures and decorator accessories remain, as well as all appliances and potted plants. The majority of the large potted plants are not shown in the pictures but align the outside of the breezeway.
The local hardwood dining room table seats 12 people. The screened walls are protected from rain because of the covered breezeway running along one side and a large palapa on the other.
Storage is plentiful. There is a large storage area inside the home and another one accessible from the back of the home.
The kitchen cabinet doors have been designed and built specifically to allow air flow, an important feature when living so near the water. The two corner cabinet doors swing completely open to allow easy access.
A hydro pneumatic pump keeps the water pressure forceful at all times.
If you are so inclined, a pergola would be a great addition on the third floor to hang hammocks, drink a glass of wine and gaze at the numerous evening stars.
Cruise ships may be seen from both the second and third floors when docked.